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Reading Achievement Math and School Culture (RAMS)

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Reading Achievement Math and School Culture (RAMS) 2019-08-27T13:07:39-06:00

Apple on BooksIDEA B Indicator 17, the State Systemic Improvement Plan

New Mexico’s Reading Achievement Math & School Culture (RAMS), previously Results Driven Accountability (RDA), meets the requirements of IDEA B Indicator 17, the State Systemic Improvement Plan. RAMS is focused on early elementary reading achievement in a subset of public elementary schools. The project’s goals include increasing reading achievement for all students in Kindergarten through grade three, with a specific emphasis on students scoring in the lowest quartile. The project is a collaborative effort among the Title I Bureau, the Special Education Bureau, the Literacy Bureau, the Priority Schools Bureau, Parents Reaching Out (PRO), Education for Parents of Indian Children with Special Needs (EPICS), Eastern New Mexico University, REC #6, REC #7, and REC #8.

RAMS schools are provided professional development, coaching, technical assistance, and additional funds to support school improvement targeted to early elementary reading achievement.

For more information on RAMS, please see the NM State Systemic Improvement Plan

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RAMS Schools

Page last updated August 27, 2019